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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 December 1911
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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 December 1911
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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 December 1911
1_, C’ . _IIO _LME S TAPLE and FAilI _f GROCERIES. FRU ITS _ScsI _Qit iliti’ Nest Serytce X’_(_,ctr p nonage solicited ALLEN ST STATE COLLEGE _I atries J L Williams General _‘‘ _nning, Roofing Spouting and Furnace Work Shop, South Frazier street heff !er’; •: ~ Rastaui’ant Op _sash_),, Hotel Pies Sandwiches Soups ~ _~ ~
Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 14 December 1911
Tf e Q ~ a1ity Shop An r ~ ablislimeni _wl,tch , noled _(or hi, fine usoliiy el klienpress priniing _‘.‘ _Eacty ocdcr receire_, ihe persona l _alte nlion _ci ihe _mana_5er _Ito_, insuring per _(eCl ,ali,_Iadtioo The Niflaiiy Printing and Publlshiiig Coiiipauy c State _Co s e ~ _~~ ~~
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
A WEEK FOR FARMERS .Lecember 27, 1911, to January 3, 1912, the Time When Farmers From All Over the State Assemble for Farmers’ Week—Instructive Program Arranged. On Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, farmers from every part of the state and from the surround ing states will gather to attend the annual Farmers’ Week conducted by the School of Agriculture and Experiment Station. For the men who work on the fa rm the year round and who_. have no means of learning the scientific principles of their profession, a more profitable week could not be spent. The program for the week includes lectures and practical demonstrations Oil phases of agricultural questions which confront the farmer. A more thorough and instructive list of lectures has been seldom seen on one program. In addition to the lectures given by members of the instructional staff of this and other agricultural colleges, men, who have had years of experience in practical agricultural work along different l’nes , have been sec...
Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
West Point 30 to 16. The team was downed by Manhattan college 22 to 19 and by St. John’s University 25 to 17. All of the four games were played under the new rules which prohibit dribbling with two hands. Our v.trsity five vanquished its first opponents, New York University, on December 13 by a singl e point. Shore played exceptionally well in this game making three field goals in rapid succession during the last few minutes of play, and these followed by Craig’s difficult goal ten seconds before the final bell rang, spelled victory for State. The Manhattan game was played last Thursday night on the Irish-American Athletic As ~ ociation floor in New York City. State played well during the first half of the game and at the end of the first twenty minutes of playing the score stood 16 to 13 in favor of the Blue and White. Manhattan took a brace in the second half , holding State al ~ ost to a stand still. With but a half minute to play, a Manhattan player caged the ball which tied the...
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
Crane in Y. M. C. A. Enter tainment Course. _suNDAy , JAN . 7 10:00 a. m. Old Chapel. Freshman Chapel. 11:00 a. m. Auditorium. Chapel Service by Dr. Joseph S. Walton , of George School. 6:30 p. m. Old Chapel. Y. M. C. A. meeting. TUE SDAY, JAN . 9 7:30 p. m. Armory, 1913 vs. 1914 in class basketb _Ill. December 15 at New Yoik City . Penn State 17 SI. Johns _25 Shore F. _Silirnulk Wrig ht (Craig) F. _Kecnzi _n Wilson C. Tracey (Mallory) Mauth e G. _Gie_. _iw ~ Hartz (B _lythe) G. flui ‘ill Field goals—Shor e , ITai _Iz_. _Ci ;iig 2. Schmu 1k 2, _‘_l_’racuy _8, _Ci _,_e _I_, _‘. 2, Mall _ory. Foul _goals, _Sh ot 9, _Scltinit _Ic 9. Referee , _Thorpe. ‘l ime _l _w,, _2_t min ute halves. Score coil _out r.t _litil St. _John ’b _Univers _i ty _9, Stat_, 4 December 17 at West P_,,_luit , _New York. Penn State SO _A_, _,_t_,~ _16 Shore F. V_:_in _Vilet _-_— F __Re _l _~ ,_ij _i _(_A _l ’ _• ç_’ , ) Wilson C. _floyd Bly thie G. Arnold _Mauthi e G. _McTagg_._ird ( _‘_i ~ _oi _lon) Field goal...
Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
13, Page ‘13, Hansen ‘13, Wilson ‘13, Miller ‘14, Bebout ‘14, King ’14, Barry ‘14, Clark ‘14, and Berryman ‘15. The privilege of wearing-the varsity football _"S" is granted to any member of the team who has played two full quarters in each of the six regularly scheduled gami’s; or two full quarters in either the Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh games; or who has played two full quarters in both the Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh games. The regularly elected manager acting for the season is also awarded the "S." Football Fatalities Lessened. At the close O _C the 1911 football season, the list of casualties resulting from that game has been more than cut in half as compared to deaths and injuries sustained the previous year. Whether or not this decrease can be attributed entirely to the new rules is not certain , but ~ t is an assured fact that the fatalities have been reduced to a minimum. In football games during 1910, 22 men were killed and 994 men injured; in 1911 the number of deaths t...
Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
CAPTAIN J. L. MAUTHE After Three Years of Excellent Work , Mauthe is Honored With Captaincy of 1912 Team. At a recent election , 3. Lester Mauthe was elected captain of the Penn State football team of 1912. As captain of the Blue and White team Mauthe will succeed Captain D. W. Very, who led our team this year to where it has never before stood in the eyes of eastern critics. Mautbe prepared at Du Bois high school. Under the coaching of "Bob" Reed, the famous Princeton tackle, M_, uthe developed into one of the best fullbacks in the preparatory schools of Western Pennsylvania. In 1908 he was selected as all-scholastic fullback of Western Pennsylvania. With a reputation of being a gocd kicker and a consistent back , Mauthe entered Penn State with the class of 1913. His ability of punting, fierce tackling and general knowledge of the game quickly secured for him a place on the backfield composed of "The Big Four," McCleary, Vorhis , Mauthe and Hirshman. Mauthe played brilliant footbal...
Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
holidays for the Woman’s Buildings _Annex ~ and will be occupied by students taking the Short Course and Home Economics. Miss Marjorie Lyon ‘11, will have charge of the building and will be an instructor in Home Economics. Dr. W. R. Crane, Dean of the School of Mines, is attending the winter meeting of the Coal Mining Institute of America, held in Pitts-
Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Collegian — 21 December 1911
THE BASKETBALL TRIP Penn State Five Wins Two and Loses Two in the East. Extra Period Necessary in Manhattan Game. Mauthe and Blythe in Line-up. The Penn State quintette made a credible showing on the first trip of the 1911-12 season by defeating New York University 19 to 18_, and